I have an Asus ZenWatch. Below should be able to be done on any Android Wear device. In no particular order I use it for the following:
Check New Email
Check Caller ID
Check Calendar and Agenda
Check Google Now Cards (includes traffic card for my route home)
Check Other phone notifications
Check steps walked
Check Heart rate
and Check the Time
Some Android Watches have a speaker in addition to the microphone so you answer and talk through your watch for phone calls. My watch can store music on the watch itself and play back through a paired BT headphones without my phone present. One could play games, but I do not see any point.
I am down to about 40% by Midnight most days. I do not see much issue with recharging it every day as I take it off every night and sticking in the charging cradle just means it is easy to find in the morning.
Android wear becomes really useful over other options if you enable Google Now. The latest generation of Android Wear watches actually look like a watch (Moto360, LG G Watch R, Asus ZenWatch). If those things do not matter, then get a Pebble or one of the high end Fitbits like a Charge or Surge, or a Nevo Watch ( http://igg.me/at/nevo/x/813785... ). The Nevo is a real watch, with basically a Fitbit Flex built in, and add in colored led notification lights. You will not be able to read an SMS or email on your Nevo, but you can tell the difference when your watch vibrates from a new notification.
The team of genetics detectives reports that DNA from the skeleton shows that the bones were Richard III's, with a likelihood of 99.9994 percent. This is the first genetic identification of a particular individual so long after death—527 years.
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Over thirty people from all around the globe contributed to bring this project to where it is now, including software and firmware engineers, designers, mechanical engineers, artists, project managers, students and security engineers. Our project started a year ago with a call for feedback and contributors. It turned out that people were thrilled by the idea of an open source password keeper and didn't hesitate to commit some (if not all!) of their personal time to join this adventure. Now there is three days left to finish funding."
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Well, they have done some testing with jet packs: http://www.livescience.com/480...
Even with an increase in weigh the jetpack increases speed.
No, the more accurate analogy is going up to the bucket pig and dumping their bucket on them. Is it asshole behavior? Yes. Is it deserved? Yes.
A year ago I bought a Volt. In the month prior I did a bunch of research on electric cars. Six months later I was still getting ads on Leafs and Volts. Those ads seemed fairly pointless as I already owned a Volt. I find it happens a lot that I look for a certain product, then after I buy it, I will get ads for that product. Except for items that I buy regularly, then I never see an ad.
Google, when I buy a bathroom scale, I am no longer interested in hearing about bathrooms scales two weeks later. I buy tea regularly, why do I never see an ad for tea.
AC is full of crap. There is no sugar; sucralose is used for a sweetener. One could argue that sucralose and preservatives are toxic, but everything else is mostly vitamins, amino acids and caffeine. Seems to be a better option than chugging a soda or Red Bull.
Like the virus that attacked Iran's nuclear centrifuge?
Really? As Linux System Administrator, I like Red Hat. I despise Ubuntu, for instability. The LTS versions of Ubuntu have been problematic in my experience.
I do find CentOS to be easier to maintain, but usually get stuck trying to convince management to let us deploy.
http://www.webupd8.org/2013/08... It should read use Netflix in your Linux browser, because who uses Silverlight for anything but Netflix?
It works. It just doesn't work officially.
Are you new here? Your ID would indicate otherwise, but your attitude seems incongruous.
I fully expect there to be postings about interesting Free Software products. (And something from the GNU project is definitely Free Software).
You do not need the skill to program. You just need the leverage to make someone who has the skills do it for you.
A programmer might be willing to do it for some large sum of money or to protect his family. Once it is done once, it becomes much easier to do a second time.
If they were a privately held company and not incorporated, i would not have an issue with the ruling. If you are going to insulate yourself from the company, then your religious beliefs should not dictate what the company denies its employees.
How the hell is China having awful pollution the fault of IBM? By golly I know IBM is not perfect, but all the cases I have personally seen, customers dump a pile of crap into IBM's hands, then hamstring them while demanding they polish the turd.